National Vocation Awareness Week, November 1-7, 2020
Now is the time to plan how parishes and schools will pray, invite, teach, and celebrate! The Office of Vocations is providing these helpful resources as we celebrate God’s universal call to holiness by helping foster a culture of vocations in our families, parishes, and schools. Please consider using these resources, especially our new booklet promoting a culture of vocations (and share them with your Campus Ministry teams and religion teachers. It gives concrete suggestions on how you can encourage people to pray, learn, celebrate, and invite others to make discerning vocations part of your parish’s culture. You can also find the following resources at www.seattlevocations.com/blog/nvaw2020
Vocations: The Priesthood!
Sunday, Nov 8 at 2:00pm
Men in the Archdiocese of Seattle age 13-40 are invited to join a presentation by Associate Director of Vocations Fr. Justin Ryan on learning about the priesthood, steps for discernment, seminary life, and more! Register in advance:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAod-CorzspGNAm1PLlTb582T8joOfr43y0 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
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Share our posts the week of November 1-7 (and throughout the year). Working together, we can all help foster a culture of vocations in the Archdiocese of Seattle. When your parish initiates an activity that promotes vocations, tag us on your social media channels to share your ideas!
Fr. Justin Ryan is now the Associate Director of Vocations. He is in charge of vocation promotion, discernment, and candidate inquiry. Please direct those who are considering the priesthood to Fr. Ryan. email@example.com or 206-507-4476. Fr. Bryan Dolejsi continues his position as Director of Vocations, focusing on seminarian formation.
Vianney Vocations National Vocation Awareness Week
USCCB Hispanic Vocations
USCCB Vocation Resources for families
USCCB Vocation Lesson Plans for Educators and Youth Leaders
USCCB The Permanent Diaconate
“God, what do you want me to do with my life for you?”